Graduate Group in Genomics and Computational Biology

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  Name Research
Shelley Berger Epigenetics and chromatin structure/function in genomic regulation, Post-translational modifications of histones and transcription factors. Biological problems: transcription, cancer, senescence and aging, behavioral epigenetics, gametogenesis.
Roberto Bonasio Non-coding RNAs and regulation of gene expression
Robert Babak Faryabi

Studying role of epigenetic dysregulation in lymphomagenesis using machine learning and experimental methods.

Benjamin Garcia Quantitative Mass Spectrometry Based Proteomics for Characterizing Modified Proteins and Proteomes
Eric Joyce The Joyce lab studies how chromosomes are functionally organized and folded in 3-D space and time.
Klaus Kaestner Long-range chromatin interactions at imprinted lncRNA loci
Mitch Lazar Epigenomic regulation of transcription and metabolism by nuclear receptors; mechanism of obesity-associated insulin resistance and diabetes; circadian regulation of metabolism
Arjun Raj Chromosome structure
Kai Tan Our lab is interested in Systems Biology of gene regulation in normal and disease development.
Golnaz Vahedi To exploit chromatin biology to understand immune cells and to exploit immune cells to understand chromatin biology
Doris Wagner Molecular mechanisms controlling developmental transitions in response to environmental and endogenous cues.
faculty photo Li-San Wang Epigenetic changes associated with Alzheimer's disease
Nancy Zhang Change-point methods, empirical bayes estimation, genomics., model and variable selection, scan statistics, statistical modeling
Hao Wu The Wu lab is interested in understanding how epigenetic processes regulate gene expression to establish and maintain cellular identity.
Zhaolan (Joe) Zhou Coding and decoding of the methylome in neurons